Mayor will attend a closed-door meeting next Thursday, several sources told Capital
The de Blasio administration employs 55 drivers who chauffeur agency heads and other cabinet members to work, according to a list provided Friday afternoon to Capital.
The 8-percent wage hike transit workers would receive under a tentative deal the Transport Workers Union struck with the MTA on Thursday will have no bearing on the city's municipal contracts negotiations, the mayor said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will not close public schools in the upcoming year for two Muslim holidays and Lunar New Year, despite his campaign pledge to eventually give students those days off.
Congressman seizes on issue of post-Sandy funding
Promises to begin work on 500 storm-damaged homes and issue 500 reimbursement checks 'by the end of summer'
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he regrets poorly communicating his message at times during his first 100 days in office, and is most proud of his progress on expanding pre-kindergarten.
Comptroller and wife paid $56,254 on $204,994 in income last year
Former Council Speaker and mayoral candidate will appear on Bill Maher's show
Mayor Bill de Blasio took in a $165,000 in salary from his job as public advocate last year and earned $52,000 in rent he charged on a second home he owns in Park Slope, though he claimed to take a loss on that property and didn't pay taxes on the income, according to his 2013 tax returns.